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This post was edited by abramicus at 2014-7-26 07:58|
Already, Britian has launched two new large scale aircraft carriers, most likely headed to China.
A Third Opium War is now being orchestrated by British MP's eager to spill the blood of the Yellow man, and subjugate his race, for yet a third and final time. Remember, it was here in Hong Kong where Britain's attack on China began. The outcome was decided not by morality, not by fact or reason, but by brute force. Failure of China to project force onto Britain was the most telling deficiency of the Manchu regime. All China could do was to fend off every thrust and every cut, but was totally unable to disable its attacker.
It is clear is that the British have been machinating the overthrow of China's sovereignty in Hong Kong by predicating it on a pre-mature universal suffrage in the selection of the Chief Executive, the timing of which is reserved for the Chinese national government to decide on. What the British conspirators are hoping for is not the mere selection of a Chief Executive who is in their camp, but the acknowledgement by China of a broader principle that Hong Kong can only be ruled by Hong Kong people in every aspect of its governance, on pain of revocation of the Sino-British Joint Declaration of 1984, signed in Beijing by Thatcher and Zhao Ziyang. Well, Britain can "revoke" China's sovereignty over Hong Kong only over the dead bodies of 1.3 billion Chinese, of which are 7 million Hong Kongers, and indeed, this is the gist of the British endgame, which is to achieve exactly that purpose.
In short, Britain has found its Tonkin in Hong Kong and is preparing the verbal justification for a combined Anglo-Japanese and NATO naval and air embargo on China, believing that when faced with overwhelming force, the Yellow man will kneel and beg for mercy from the British Crown.
Of course, things will not proceed according to plan. China, for one, has been remiss in keeping her strategic forces limited to only a few theaters, and barely has enough to make a partial retaliatory strike if it were hit first. This, if anything, is the basis for this bold and bloody plan. Everything will change, if and only if China can demonstrate that it can do unto its enemies what its enemies want to do to her. And that turning point is at least 2 years down the road, so China will be suffering indignities, embargoes, and small scale scattered invasions in the meantime. Power speaks, and China's power at present levels cannot speak.